Circular Polarizer Question

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  1. kodakan

    kodakan TPF Noob!

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    58mm sounds the right diametre.
    And yes, I can put the lens cap on mine (though mine's not a Hoya). No need for another thread (female thread? I've never heard that expression before...).
     
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    kodakan TPF Noob!

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    gotcha. THANKS!!
     
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    Interior thread = Female

    Exterior thread = Male

    A bolt male, a nut female.
     
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    Ain't that the truth...:lol:
     
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    :shock: :raisedbrow: :scratch:

    Ah well, I guess I'm just NOT listening [​IMG]
     
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    Food for thought on a CP lens. You are looking at spending $50.00 for this CP. Is this the only lens you are ever going to buy? If yes, enjoy the CP you have listed. It is a good quality CP.

    If no, then you might want to consider what other lenses you might be purchasing in the future. I only own 1 CP. It is a 72mm CP and it was about 5 times more expensive, but it fits every lens that I own with the exception of my 300mm f2.8 and 400mm f2.8. I have step up rings at a few bucks apiece that allow the one CP to fit on all my other lenses. When I average out the price of that one CP with the number of lenses it fits, It is pretty cheap. Plus I am not carrying around a bunch of different CP filters for different lenses. Just the one and some thin light step up rings. Just a thought on how to keep you from buying the same piece of equipment more than once because you bought a different lens and need a different size CP.
     
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    Oh c'mon...you know it's true, women are crazy! :p
     

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